At least seven publicly and privately owned sites in Montana bear the names of physicians and officials who openly supported eugenic theories or helped impose forced sterilizations of disabled people. Historians say that’s an opportunity.
Author Archives: Casey Pallister
Casey Pallister is a freelance writer and independent historian who earned a PhD in American History from Montana State University. He primarily focuses on historical and contemporary human rights stories, but he has written on a range of topics for various publications, including Montana: The Magazine of Western History, The Drake, Great Plains Quarterly, and Big Sky Journal.